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December 10, 2008 - Hot Tub Time Machine / writer speaks with Cinematical

Scooped on Monday, February 23, 2009

The writer for Hot Tub Time Machine reached out and contacted Cinematical to explain how in God's green earth this project got sold to Hollywood...or maybe just to say that he's just as mystified as everyone else.

"I was able to sell a script called Hot Tub Time Machine. To an actual movie studio. That in and of itself seems ridiculously implausible, and yet, here we are," Josh Heald tells the Cinematical brethern. "I think I should get an award of at least some sort of free sandwich. I will say, without giving anything away, that my goal with the screenplay was awesomeness, through and through. And audiences will not be disappointed."

More non-spoiler words from Heald are available for your eyeball consumption at the link, but we here at CA are in absolute agreement that, in this day and age, seeing the title Hot Tub Time Machine up on a movie marquee should count for at least a token ham on rye somewhere.

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